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Until You Learn It

by Elaine Mahon To the world you might be one person, but to one person you might be the world. Once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far away, there was this sweet angel with big brown eyes and a blond curl down his back. When he smiled, those dimples just danced. His eyes…

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Soccer Events Raise Risk of Domestic Violence

Soccer lovers – and there are hundreds of millions around the world – need to watch their feelings during the major soccer events as a new study points to association between soccer events and domestic abuse. From the World Science news, Lancaster University researchers reportedly have found that during the three soccer world cup events…

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Reena’s Bollywood Dream by Jewel Kats

Jewel Kats always writes special books addressing the most important needs of children, particularly of young girls. Reena’s Bollywood Dream is unique in that it takes an Indian girl as its central character and shows how her dream of becoming an actress in Bollywood makes her the pick of a sex predator. The story has a…

Boot Camp for Troubled Teens May Restore Many Lives

Guest Blogger:  Rosy Cooper Today’s teens have troubles coming from different directions. Restlessness, anxiety, and a lot of questions are trademarks of being young. But, in any case, if these trademarks are not channelized properly, they can cause havoc in the life of a young person as well as their family. For those who have…

On Healing from Trauma: Dissolving the Robot Self

Guest Blogger: Tamryn Spruill Sometimes I feel like a thing instead of a person, an “it” instead of a “her”, more akin to a robot that mechanically does everything – its emotional valve shut off for repair. And it’s no wonder. I was objectified from an early age. My body was used and abused by…